Definition of Diverter

1. n. One who, or that which, diverts, turns off, or pleases.



Definition of Diverter

1. Noun. A person or thing that diverts or is diverting ¹

2. Noun. A valve used to change the flow of fluid through a system of pipes ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Diverter

1. one that diverts [n -S] - See also: diverts

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diverter

diversionist
diversionists
diversions
diversities
diversity
diversity index
diversity jurisdiction
diversivolent
diversly
diversories
diversory
divert
diverted
divertee
divertees
diverter (current term)
diverters
divertible
diverticle
diverticles
diverticula
diverticula of colon
diverticular
diverticular disease of colon
diverticulate
diverticulectomies
diverticulectomy

Literary usage of Diverter

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1. Protecting Critical Information & Technology: Proceedings of the Fourth by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"The Solution The civilian and commercial market has long employed a device known as a call diverter to reroute a call from one telephone to another. ..."

2. A Course in Electrical Engineering by Chester Laurens Dawes (1920)
"Series-field diverter. resistance shunt, called a diverter, is used, Fig. 273. ... then equals the combined current in the diverter and series field. ..."

3. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1911)
"The H-3 oil circuit breaker was made automatic and one phase fitted with an oil diverter. Short circuit was thrown on by the triple pole K-12 oil circuit ..."

4. The Principles of Electrical Engineering and Their Application by Gisbert Kapp (1919)
"To avoid these evils it is necessary to give the diverter not only resistance, ... The use of inductance in the diverter does, however, not overcome the ..."

5. Electric Railway Troubles and how to Find Them: A Comprehensive Treatise on by Paul Emilius Lowe (1909)
"2 is in connection; the diverter wires R-4 an'd R-5 acting as ground connection ... but the current, which passes to the diverter through wire marked R-2, ..."

6. Protecting Critical Information & Technology: Proceedings of the Fourth by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"The Solution The civilian and commercial market has long employed a device known as a call diverter to reroute a call from one telephone to another. ..."

7. A Course in Electrical Engineering by Chester Laurens Dawes (1920)
"Series-field diverter. resistance shunt, called a diverter, is used, Fig. 273. ... then equals the combined current in the diverter and series field. ..."

8. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1911)
"The H-3 oil circuit breaker was made automatic and one phase fitted with an oil diverter. Short circuit was thrown on by the triple pole K-12 oil circuit ..."

9. The Principles of Electrical Engineering and Their Application by Gisbert Kapp (1919)
"To avoid these evils it is necessary to give the diverter not only resistance, ... The use of inductance in the diverter does, however, not overcome the ..."

10. Electric Railway Troubles and how to Find Them: A Comprehensive Treatise on by Paul Emilius Lowe (1909)
"2 is in connection; the diverter wires R-4 an'd R-5 acting as ground connection ... but the current, which passes to the diverter through wire marked R-2, ..."

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